GUINOBATAN, ALBAY—Displaced villagers worry not just about ash, their belongings, pets and farm animals as they languish in evacuation centers after Mayon Volcano started to act up on Jan. 13. Ros Ann Lana, 28, a resident of Masarawag village in this town, has been in the evacuation center since Jan. 15 when the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology raised Alert Level 3. It had been raised to 4 after lava gushed from the volcano’s summit crater on Jan. 22.
LEGAZPI CITY — The lava coming from Mount Mayon in Albay province has flowed through a third channel, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said on Tuesday. Eduardo Laguerta, Phivolcs resident volcanologist here, said lava from the Basud Channel in Santo Domingo town has advanced to 3 kilometers. “That was for confirmation a few days ago, but Phivolcs’ geologists have already confirmed it,” he said.
GUINOBATAN, ALBAY—Many pets and farm animals that residents abandoned within Mt. Mayon’s 8-kilometer radius expanded danger zone are emaciated and sick. A number of the pets are still chained in the yards of families that evacuated to public schools in the province. Relief for the animals came on Sunday when personnel of Albay’s Provincial Veterinary Services and members of the Philippine Animal Welfare Society, Humane Society International and International Fund for Animal Welfare visited them.
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